Hey, foodies! We have four Taste of Auckland double passes to give away!
On from October 31 to November 3, New Zealands biggest food and drink festival will see some of Aucklands most exciting restaurants take over the waterfronts Cloud and Shed 10 for four delicious days and nights.
Announcing its biggest line-up yet, eateries including Culprit, Nanam, Xoong, Oyster & Chopand the The Maori Kitchen bring this years pop-up restaurant tally to 13, including nine that are new to the festival.
Lemon Meringue from Phil's Kitchen
NewbierestaurantsincludePonsonby newcomer Epicer, serving up modern Indian cuisine by Michelin-starred chef Manjunath Mural, the bustling inner city Hugos Bistro, and Herne Bay favourite Andiamo. Also making an appearance for the first time are artful sushi makers &Sushi, Collab Kitchen by Paris Butter & Friends, and the coastal themed Crab Shack, bringing their edgy mobile caravan to the Ocean Terrace zone.
&Sushi sashimi soba salad
In a festival first, thespecial Collab Kitchen involving leading chefs Josh Barlow ex Sugar Club, Hayden McMillan ex Etta of Melbourne, Lucas Parkinson from Ode in Wanaka, Phil Clark of Phils Kitchen and Nick Honeyman of Paris Butter is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Paris Butters truffle dumplings, with parsley puree, mushroom custard and cured yolk
Sample drops from some of the countrys top wineries including Yealands, Nautilus Estate, Gibbston Valley and Villa Maria, and enjoy beer tastings from leading craft breweries, including Fortune Favours, New New New and Liberty Brewing.
Four lucky Liquorland Toast readers will get to experience all of this and more! Just enter our Taste of Auckland competition, in which we havefour double passes up for grabs.
To enter, click here